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A red line in Merthyr’s dirty opencast coal mine

In Merthyr, the struggle against disastrous extraction projects continues, writes Russell Warfield.

Filed in: United Kingdom Wales

Faith and fight in the battle to save the NHS

Vanessa Baird reports from Manchester, where 50,000 hit the streets in a bid to save the National Health Service from those determined to kill it.

Filed in: England Health Northern Ireland Politics Privatization Scotland Wales

The human cost of cheap justice

Legal aid cuts will NOT save money. They WILL leave society’s most vulnerable without protection from the law. Alice Cullingworth reports.

Filed in: England Equality Wales

Zero-hour contracts shame British universities

Short term targets are being pursued by senior managers leaving staff insecure and overworked, says Roger Seifert.

Filed in: Economics England Scotland Wales Work

New leader, new challenges: what next for the Green Party?

Electoral gains for radical parties grow out of participation in broader social movements, says Tim Gee. Natalie Bennett, take note.

Filed in: England Politics Wales

Not so crazy

Amanda Roll-Pickering tells the story of a disused slate quarry in Wales that is now at the cutting edge of clean energy.

Filed in: Co-operatives Energy United Kingdom Wales

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